01 Jun World Ecological Forum and its partners are finalising a feasibility study for the Smart Energy Road and Traffic System
World Ecological Forum and its network of partners are finalising a feasibility study – partly financed by Länsstyrelsen på Gotland (Swedish regional state representative) for the Smart Energy Road and Traffic System (SERTS) – an energy harvesting smart microgrid with wireless and mobile inductive charging for electric vehicles.
SERTS enables a paradigm shift in energy; it has the potential to create ten times more energy than is produced today through conventional production using fossil fuels. The smart energy road produces 100% renewable energy through thermal, geothermal, solar, wind, and kinetic energy.
The strategy is to develop the concept and technology initially through a Nordic partnership with a view to realise the critical mass by offering its future use in the growth markets like China, India, and Brazil. However, the project group realises that the development, testing and eventual introduction for use will take many years. Its pace of development is totally dependent on its financing.
During the future World Ecological Forum Summits in Sweden and China in 2015, a progress report will be presented – this with a view to seeking more technology and financing partners.